Cast your vote before election day at the Truax and Goodman South Campuses 


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Voters file in to vote on the first day of early voting at the Madison College Protective Services Building at the Truax Campus.

Hannah Dotzler, Copy Editor

Both the Madison College Truax and the Madison College Goodman South Campuses will be offering early in-person voting on weekdays during Oct. 20 to Oct. 30, from 10 a.m.6 p.m. 

Early voting at the Truax Campus will be located near the Human and Protective Services building, and at the Goodman South Campus, it will be in both a designated parking lot behind the main building as well as in the cafeteria. 

Early voting is a great option for many. If you ran out of time to request a mail-in ballot or simply prefer to vote in-person, early in-person voting provides another way to cast your vote before Election Day.  

Early in-person voting is perfect for people who work or have other obligations that prevent them from easily voting on Election Day. It is also an excellent choice for those who simply want to avoid the long lines on Nov. 3, which can sometimes have wait times that are hours long. According to, another benefit to early voting is that it reduces the stress of poll workers and gives them smaller crowds to worry about on the actual day of the election. 

Both the Truax and the Goodman South locations will offer drive-up and walk-in services to Madison residents. If you are currently registered to vote, all you will need to bring is an ID. If not, you may register at either of these locations, as long as you bring an ID and a document that shows proof of residence. You may bring your own pen to use when filling out your ballot if you would like. You are also able to return mail-in ballots at both locations.  

If you have yet to vote and cant or don’t want to on Election Day, consider early in-person voting at the Madison College Truax and Goodman South Campuses.